Does your hair fall out after a few chemotherapy sessions? You might choose to wear wigs. Well, this is an excuse to go shopping! You just might choose to wear fashionable turbans, hats or outlandish scarves. Or you just might choose to go without a head covering. This is another excuse to go shopping. Buy yourself some big hoop earrings (or the style you prefer). You have the perfect excuse to go against fashion and just do what makes you feel better!
Touch Of Cancer is a personal story and is written that way. Jean Charity, being a cancer survivor herself, the author gives us all a glimpse of what it's like being a woman with the disease. This book isn't only a personal story; it's a sensitive, touching and sometimes a lighthearted look at cancer from a woman's point of view.
The author delves into issues with a gentle understanding that only another cancer patient can do. She delves into issues such as hair loss, humiliation, sex, self-esteem and many more subjects that only a woman can understand. Ms. Charity also goes into the embarrassing moments of the side effects of medicines.
Touch Of Cancer has had an effect on this reviewer. It reminded me that no matter what problem you have, someone always has it worse. It also reminded me that no-one is alone no matter what the problem may be. It also reminded me that your family and your true friends will always be there for you!
I fully recommend Touch Of Cancer. In this must-read book the author let's you know that you aren't alone in your battle. Ms. Charity also reminds us to count your blessings.
Touch Of Cancer would be a good gift for not only the cancer patient but for anyone who knows someone who has the disease. It gives the friend or relative insight of what the cancer patient is going through.